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Thursday, December 11, 2014

quick white christmas bunting...

this is a quick and easy bunting that makes a great christmas accent.  and after christmas,
just take off the greenery, and you are ready for spring!  i saw a version of this in a store.  they used tiny handkerchief triangles, and it was so cute, so dainty.


this is how i made it.  i cut the corner off of a lacy napkin.  (sorry for the unsightly mat--it's been through alot:)


 then, run a thin line of tacky glue along the back side, and press string into the glue.


in between each bunting and glue a bit of greenery and ribbon.


and you are ready to hang it up.


i hope you've enjoyed the christmas inspirations this week during our linky party!
we've had beautiful posts from alice,  cecilia, and today is jann's turn!  and tomorrow carol will be sharing her darling cottage tour!

pick your theme party and link up before december 19th!



31 comments:

  1. Pretty idea Lynn. Love it. White and the green goes so well. Love sujatha:)

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  2. That is a quick and cute idea, Lynn. It looks very sweet. xo Daina

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  3. Great Idea.....love it.
    It Looks very warm and friendly.
    Have a nice week.
    Greedings from Germany
    Tanja

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  5. I just love the look of this bunting! It would look fantastic anywhere. It's so pretty on your mantel!

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  6. So beautiful, Lynn. Love your creation. Your home is gorgeous, my friend.

    Hugs from here

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  7. This is such a sweet and pretty bunting!
    Mary Alice

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  8. wunderschöne inspirationen, danke und liebe grüße von angie

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  9. This is so pretty, best bunting ever!!

    Cindy

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  10. The banner is so beautiful and so my style. XX Jo

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  11. That is SUCH a great idea. Easy, quick, perfectly gorgeous! Anita

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  12. Your bunting is very pretty lynn and looks so dainty!! Nancy

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  13. lovely and elegant. my kind of project. thanks
    blessings
    barb

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  14. Your bunting is so beautiful and romantic, I just love it!

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  15. Hi Lynn, what a beautiful and delicate bunting. Thanks for sharing how you did this. I love the idea using the napkins.
    It looks gorgeous on your mantel. Your home is simply amazing!!
    Have a nice weekend.
    Hugs

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  16. It's really pretty. I want one now. I like the simple, delicate ness of it.

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  17. This bunting is so adorable Lynn. Love this and love that it is so versatile. Looks great on the mantel.
    Kris

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  18. Lynn,
    I am so inspired by each post. I have been spending so much time on instagram as of late but sure miss my blog. I am going to try and start posting more often. Thanks for inspiring me. Wishing you much joy through the Christmas season and into 2015!

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  19. lyn--it all looks so gorgeous and lovely. What a simple tutorial for vintage bunting...love.-aimee

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  20. Sew pretty, i mean no sew pretty. ;) My kind of project!

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  21. Love this gorgeous project! The winter white is beautiful!

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  22. Lynn, I made a similar bunting using doilies last year for Valentines and I love it. I starched the doilies so it is stiff. I like the look of them natural! Looks carling!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  23. It's the perfect addition to your all-white mantel, Lynn, and easy, too!

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  24. What a delightful and gorgeous idea. It is brilliant Lynn.

    Janet

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  25. Another great idea Lynn, your banner is so pretty.

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  26. This is such a sweet idea. It's just perfect. LOVE.

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  27. i love this banner idea. it's so simple & pretty. tfs. found you thru feathered nest friday. merry christmas- MJ @
    https://maryjomaterazo.typepad.com

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  28. Your bunting is so pretty! It would be a great way to use up stained piece I have! Thanks for the inspiration!

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